93 Jasprit Bumrah

Jasprit Bumrah

On December 6, 1993, Jasprit Bumrah, a well-known cricketer from India, was born in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. A Yorker authority has emerged in Jasprit Bumrah. He is capable of bowling specific Yorkers in death overs. When Bumrah was just 7 years old, he was killed. After that, Daljeet became a burden for his mother. He raised the children on his dime, and Jasprit helped him succeed in becoming a professional cricketer.

Jasprit Bumrah Bio

Nickname JB
Full Name Jasprit Jasbir Singh Bumrah
Born December 06, 1993
Age 29 Years
Profession Cricketer (Fast-medium bowler)
Hometown Ahmedabad, Gujrat, India
Nationality Indian
Birthplace Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Religion Sikhism
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius

Jasprit Bumrah Height & Weight

Height 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m)
Weight 68 kg (150 lbs)
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Black
Chest 38 Inches
Waist 30 inches
Biceps 12 Inches

Jasprit Bumrah Family

Father Name Late Jasbir Singh
Mother Name Daljit Kaur (Principal)
Brother None
Sister Juhika Bumrah (Teacher)
Marital Status Married
Marriage Date 15 March 2021
Affair/Girlfriend Raashi Khanna
Wife/Spouse Sanjana Ganesan (TV presenter)
  • His mother, Daljit Bumrah, raised her children by herself while working as a school principal.
  • Bumrah wed Sanjana Ganesan, a model, and Star Sports broadcaster, on March 15, 2021. Ganesan, a native of Pune, Maharashtra, competed in Splitsvilla in 2014 and was a previous finalist for Miss India.

Jasprit Bumrah Education

Qualification 12th Standard
School Nirman High School, Ahmedabad

Net Worth

Net Worth $7 Million
Net Worth In Indian Rupees Rs. 55 Crore
Monthly Income Ra. 1 Crore +
Salary Ra. 12 Crore +
Retainer Fee ₹7 crore
Test Match Fee ₹15 Lakh per match
ODI Match Fee ₹6 Lakh per match
T20 Fee ₹3 Lakh per match
IPL Fee ₹12 crores per IPL season


Cars Price
Range Rover 1 Crore +
Mercedes Benz 1 Crore+
Nissan 2 Crore+

Bumrah Endorsement

With his A+ contracts with the BCCI and Mumbai Indians, Bumrah has established himself as a reliable sports personality for brand promotion. Oneplus Wearables, Asics, Seagram’s Royal Stag, Zaggle, BOAT, and Dream11 are just a few of the companies that have sponsored him in the past.

Bumrah House

Gujarat’s Ahmedabad is home to Jasprit Bumrah. As a member of the Mumbai Indians, Jasprit also has a home there that is thought to be worth about INR 2 crores. His home in Gujarat is thought to be valued at about INR 3 crores.

Cricket Information

Batting Style Right-hand bat
Bowling Style Right arm Fast
Bowling Speed 153.26kph
Role Bowler
Jersey Number 93
Coach & Mentor Kishore Trivedi
Teams India, Mumbai Indians, Gujarat, West Zone, India A, India Green, Indians, Leicestershire
Wickets 121 ODI, 128 Test, 69 T20

Favorite Things

Food Dhokla
Cricketers Sachin Tendulkar, AB de Villiers, Virender Sehwag, Colin Croft, Lasith Malinga, Zaheer Khan
Actors Amitabh Bachchan
Color Black
Ball Yorker
Hobby listening to music


Domestic Career

In the 2013–14 season, Bumrah played his first-ever first-class match for Gujarat against Vidarbha in October 2013. In his first game, he excelled, taking 7 wickets overall. He was the team’s leading wicket-taker when the competition was over. He made his T20 debut against Maharashtra in the 2012–13 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy after winning the Ranji Trophy. Bumrah, who was named Man of the Match, was instrumental in the championship game.

International Career

t20 Career

On January 27, 2016, Bumrah played his first T20I for the Indian cricket team against Australia. He finished the year with 28 wickets, which made him the top T20I wicket-taker in 2016.

ODI Career

On August 30, 2016, Bumrah played in his first ODI against West Indies. The record for the most wickets (15) taken by a fast bowler in a five-match or fewer bilateral ODI series belongs to Bumrah in 2017. He did so against Sri Lanka. However, Bumrah made the worst error of his career by bowling a no-ball in the Champions Trophy 2017 final that would have produced a wicket.

Bumrah will serve as the Indian ODI team’s vice-captain for their 2022 tour of South Africa. KL Rahul has been selected as the captain because Rohit Sharma was forced to withdraw from the SA series due to an injury.

Test Career

In November 2017, Bumrah played in his first Test against South Africa. As he dismissed AB de Villiers cleanly, Bumrah couldn’t have wished for a better first wicket than the South African superstar. In the same series, during the third Test of the India Tour of South Africa 2017–18 at Johannesburg (5/54), Bumrah recorded his first five-wicket haul in Tests.

Against England, Bumrah secured his second five-wicket haul. During the 2018 India Tour of Australia, Bumrah was crucial. On Boxing Day Test, he picked up another five-wicket haul. In the same calendar year, he took five-wicket hauls in Australia, England, and South Africa, making him the only Asian bowler to do so.

IPL Career

Bumrah, who is only 19 years old, made his IPL debut. He defeated the opposition, ending with a decent figure of 3/32, in his debut IPL game against RCB. Thus, he became just the second bowler in tournament history to record three wickets in his first game. In 2014, the Mumbai Franchise brought him back. Since then, Jasprit has played a crucial role in the Mumbai Indians.

ICC World Cup

Bumrah was selected for the 2019 Cricket World Cup team by India. He was one of the five intriguing talents making their Cricket World Cup debuts, according to the International Cricket Council (ICC). During India’s game against Sri Lanka, Bumrah took his 100th ODI wicket, becoming the second-fastest Indian to do so after Mohammed Shami. He had India’s most wickets during the 2019 World Cup. With eighteen wickets from nine games, he finished fifth overall.

Jasprit Bumrah Bowling Style

Bumrah initially rose to fame as a result of his standard bowling motion. He still bowls with the same motion. Bumrah performs a quick run-up, the initial steps of which are brief and staccato. His unique point of release makes it difficult for batsmen to read his bowling, and he generates a fast pace with a weird stiff-armed movement. He frequently bowls outside the off-stump or short.

During the opening Test of the 2018 India Tour of Australia at the Adelaide Oval, Bumrah, one of the fastest Indian bowlers, outperformed Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc with a top speed of 90 km/h.


  • Jasprit Bumrah does not have a smoking addiction.
  • Jasprit Bumrah is not an alcoholic.
  • He enjoys playing Australia and Pakistan.
  • In his first 35 international appearances, Jasprit failed to score a run, but he claimed more than 50 wickets.
  • Santokh Singh Bumrah, his paternal grandfather, has not seen him since the passing of Jasprit’s father. He once had three factories in Gujarat and was a prosperous businessman.
  • His first cap for the Mumbai Indians was given to him by former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar in 2013.
  • When Jasprit Bumrah’s father passed away, he was just 7 years old.
  • Jasprit Bumrah is known for his slangy, unusual bowling movement, which has been known to trouble many batsmen.
  • He joined the IPL Mumbai Indians club in 2013 without ever playing any first-class domestic cricket.
  • In his first first-class game against Vidarbha during the 2013–14 season, he grabbed 7 wickets.
  • Gujarat’s first-class domestic cricket team features Jasprit.
  • Lasith Malinga allegedly gave him the order to bowl Yorkers, according to him.
  • John Wright, the coach of the Mumbai Indians, was the person who first noticed his talent throughout the 2013 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.


To increase traffic awareness, the Jaipur traffic police displayed a hoarding of Bumrah’s no-ball to Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman during the ICC Champions Trophy final in June 2017. When Bumrah discovered it, he expressed his anger for the exploitation of his image as a meme via his Twitter account.


  • Any fast bowler in a bilateral ODI series of five or fewer games had taken the most wickets (15 v SL).
  • In the same year, he became the first Asian bowler to take five wickets in an inning of a Test in South Africa, England, and Australia.
  • India’s second-fastest player to 100 ODI wickets.
  • Only three Indians have scored a hat trick in Test matches.


  • Was selected by Cricbuzz for the tournament’s IPL XI in 2017.
  • Named by ESPNCricinfo in the T20 XI for 2016 and 2017, and by Cricbuzz in 2017.
  • Named by the ICC to the World Test XI for 2018.
  • Named by the ICC to the World ODI XI for 2018.
  • ICC and ESPNCricinfo selected you for the “Team of the Tournament” for the 2019 ICC World Cup.
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